Foundation and Destruction : Nikopolis and Northwestern Greece : the Archaeological Evidence for the City Destructions, the Foundation of Nikopolis an

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Foundation and Destruction : Nikopolis and Northwestern Greece : the Archaeological Evidence for the City Destructions, the Foundation of Nikopolis an

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The Greek city of Nikopolis was founded by Octavian (later known as the Emperor Augustus) after his victory in the naval battle of nearby Actium in 31 BC. The city was a result of a so-called synoecism, i.e., the inhabitants of numerous Greek cities in the region (Epirus, Acharnania and Aetolia) were forced to leave their former dwellings and establish themselves in the newly built city, which became the capital of the coastal region. Since 1987 a joint Greek-American archaeological and geological Nikopolis project has registered, conserved and restored monuments inside and outside the city and conducted a survey of Southern Epirus aiming at understanding the changing relationship between humans and landscape. The main issue has been the impact of the new metropolis in the region and to what extent the towns included in the synoecism were actually left uninhabited.

Table of Contents

Introduction                                       7  (10)
Jacob Isager
Eremia in Epirus and the Foundation of 17 (12)
Nikopolis. Models of Civilization in Strabo
Jacob Isager
Excavations at the Actian Tropaeum at 29 (14)
Nikopolis. A preliminary report
Konstantinos Zachos
Landscape Archaeology in the Territory of 43 (22)
Nikopolis
James R. Wiseman
In the Shadow of Nikopolis: Patterns of 65 (14)
Settlement on the Ayios Thomas Peninsula
Carol A. Stein
Roman and Late Antique Pottery of Southern 79 (12)
Epirus - Some Results of the Nikopolis Survey
Project
Melissa G. Moore
Riza and Agia Pelagia: Two Architectural 91 (18)
Assemblages of the Roman Era along the Coast
of Southern Epirus
Anthi Angeli
Ioulia Katsadima
Kassope, the City in whose Territory 109(8)
Nikopolis was Founded
Ernst-Ludwig Schwandner
Archaeological Evidence from Cassope. The 117(30)
Local Workshops of Mould-made Bowls
Konstantina Gravani
Leukas in the Roman Period 147(16)
Giorgia Pliakou
Epirus in the Roman Period 163(18)
Vivi Karatzeni
Die Umwandlung Butrints von einem 181(8)
Koinonszentrum zu einer romischen Kolonie
Neritan Ceka
Acheloos' Homeland. New 189(16)
Historical-Archaeological Research on the
Ancient Polis Stratos
Peter Funke
The Dimensions of Material Topography 205(18)
Franziska Lang
Some News about Inscriptions from 223(10)
Northwestern Greece. Preliminary Remarks on
the Recent Epigraphical Work in the Museums
of Thyrion and Agrinion
Klaus Freitag
The Cults of Apollo in North-western Greece 233(24)
Chryseis Tzouvara-Souli
Sacred Landscapes of Aetolia and Achaia: 257(20)
Synoecism Processes and Non-Urban Sanctuaries
Sanne Houby-Nielsen
Author's addresses 277